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A Gorgeous Look Inside Robert F. Kennedy's Granddaughter's Cape Cod Wedding

Meghan Kennedy Townsend married Marine veteran Billy Birdzell in late July.
IMAGE MARGOT SCHULMAN PHOTOGRAPHY
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In late July, Meghan Kennedy Townsend tied the knot in a wedding ceremony truly befitting her middle name. The granddaughter of Robert and Ethel Kennedy—and daughter of David Townsend and former Maryland Lieutenant Governor Kathleen Kennedy Townsend—married Billy Birdzell, a former marine, at her family's compound in Cape Cod, according to Page Six.

Not much is known about the event, but guests included several of the bride's relatives, including Rory Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., and Cheryl Hines. The couple, who reportedly met when Townsend was teaching a yoga class, has two children, twins Arabella and David, who served as flower girl and ring bearer during the ceremony.

Take a peek inside the wedding, which was beautifully captured by photographer Margot Schulman, below.


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The bride poses with her mother, Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, her sisters, Kerry, Maeve, and Kat, her niece, nephew, and twin babies Arabella And David.


David Townsend walks his daughter down the aisle.


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The wedding took place at the Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts.


The newlyweds with their twins, Arabella and David.


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The bride and groom with Ethel Kennedy.


A peek inside the wedding reception.

Even more photos from the weekend appeared on Instagram, showing how the Kennedy clan prepared for the big day:

Kennedy girl yoga

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Pre-wedding brunch at the cape with @keeganmic @condorkennyabish Aidan and Bobby

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Congratulations to the newlyweds!

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